Make Bedtime ‘Book time’ for World Book Day

By sleepcounciladmin on March 5, 2015

As a lover of books I love today – World Book Day! It’s primarily an initiative that is aimed at children and schools to celebrate reading but it’s also a great opportunity to remind adults […]

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Once Upon A Time….

By sleepcounciladmin on January 25, 2013

Did you know that it’s National Storytelling Week tomorrow (26th January- 2nd February)? Now in its 13th year, the awareness campaign celebrates storytelling whether it’s retelling something that’s happened in your day; reading a night […]

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Get Kids On Their Back-To-School Sleep Track Now!

By sleepcounciladmin on August 15, 2012

As the summer holidays start to wind down and with the start of the new school term just around the corner, now’s the time to get children back into their regular sleep routines. It’s not […]

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How To Prepare For A Good Night’s Sleep

By sleepcounciladmin on August 8, 2012

When you are looking for a good night’s sleep it’s important to be relaxed – your state of mind has a major influence on getting to sleep and achieving a good night’s rest. If you […]

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Texting Takes Over From Speaking But Doesn’t Help Sleeping

By sleepcounciladmin on July 20, 2012

Text messaging is now the most popular form of daily communication between British adults according to recent reports. The average Briton now sends 200 texts a month which is more than double the figure of […]

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Our Wind Down Before Bed Routine

By sleepcounciladmin on January 25, 2012

When you’re looking for a good night’s sleep it’s important to be relaxed.  Your state of mind can have a major influence on getting to sleep and achieving a good night’s sleep. If you’re prone […]

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